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BT Whole Home Wifi £199.00 @ BT Shop

£199.00 @ BT Shop
Just been reduced from £299 to £199, fab reviews, perfect for those who struggle for a decent wifi signal throughout the house. Your money back if they don't! Read More
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Just been reduced from £299 to £199, fab reviews, perfect for those who struggle for a decent wifi signal throughout the house. Your money back if they don't!
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#1
Already posted.
#3
Also cheaper in Robert Dyas this weekend on a deal posted before that
#4
BT change their prices with the wind, one thing you can be sure of with BT though is thatt it is all overpriced and that if you need customer service you need to be orepared to translate Indian and then bypass Irish and Heordies to be told a lad of bullocks regarding what will be done
#5
moorjock
BT change their prices with the wind, one thing you can be sure of with BT though is thatt it is all overpriced and that if you need customer service you need to be orepared to translate Indian and then bypass Irish and Heordies to be told a lad of bullocks regarding what will be done

It has been widely reported that BT Consumer is currently in a transition period of returning work to UK based staff, and already approx. 90% of calls are back being answered in the UK.

Edited By: robertr on Apr 17, 2017 00:46
#6
What are these for anyway, mansions?
#7
Hot deal, but if they just improved signal of home hub that would be better.
#8
CatalystOfChaos
Hot deal, but if they just improved signal of home hub that would be better.

Home hub signal is good in my house and it is widely talked about how good it is on reputable sites. It's the other broadband routers that have a rubbish signal in my house. So I hear what your saying, it would be good but they thought if they make a product compatible with all broadband routers then more money.
#9
Should be interesting how you vote on the £350 Linksys post then which is not as good.
#10
xflem
Also cheaper in Robert Dyas this weekend on a deal posted before that
If Robert Dyas had any in stock that would be a good argument.
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My HH6 signal is pants, loses connection and doesn't reach length of the house. I've got TP-link power sockets and which has built in wifi and 3 ports which is better than the HH for wifi.
#12
CatalystOfChaos
Hot deal, but if they just improved signal of home hub that would be better.

They did with the smart hub.
#13
Oh no they didn't, ps Maplins doing them for £199
#14
DJ.Mole
What are these for anyway, mansions?

No, not sure if you live in a recently built house - but the insulation and solid doors in mine prevent a wifi signal in any room other than that where the router is situated. These are essential in recently built houses.
#15
Siddy
My HH6 signal is pants, loses connection and doesn't reach length of the house. I've got TP-link power sockets and which has built in wifi and 3 ports which is better than the HH for wifi.
Same for me, gone back to HH5 which seems more reliable. BT engineer told me there were batches of bad ones though.

Edited By: Sambat on Apr 17, 2017 11:16

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